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Looking at bedliners, the plastic kind. Is Duraliner a good brand.?Under the rail or over the bedsides which do you like best? Pictures if you have any.Thanks, James
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duraliner is a good one and under rail is best
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Just do a herculiner it takes a few hours but looks so much cleaner and will cost about the same
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Please. NO.


Either a bed mat(thick thick rubberon the floor) or a spray in liner only please.
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I have had zero problems with my drop in liner, mine came with a under the rails one. Been on there for 5 years
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Just do a herculiner it takes a few hours but looks so much cleaner and will cost about the same
I had a sprayin liner on my last truck it was nice, but you can't keep it when you trade.
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The Duraliner is a good one. I have it on my truck. Buy the gallon and roll away. You can put down several coats.
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I have a rugged liner drop in bed liner in now. I have no problems with it.
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Plastic liners are a waste. Most people will pay you to take theirs. You can often find them for free on craigslist (for good reason).
They scratch up the bed, trap moisture, hard on the knees if you have to kneel in the bed, and everything slides worse than a bare metal bed. The roll on liners aren't that bad. A bed mat is a good investment too. No sliding around on a good bedmat.
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I have a plastic bedliner. It came with my truck when I bought it. I love it, and have had no problems with it at all. It's true that many people don't like them, but I like them. No fuss, no muss. I had one put into my S-10 when I had that years ago and that worked out great.


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I checkboxed mine as a Ford "option" when I ordered my truck, under the rail and don't have a problem with it. I try to slide-proof it when possible. My biggest concern is the static electricity when I'm hauling around plastic gas cans. May go with a bed rug





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